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Polish Funk 2 – A Unique Selection Of Rare Grooves From Poland Of The 60s & 70s (with bonus tracks)

CD (Item 486166) Polskie Nagrania (Poland), 1960s/1970s — Condition: Used
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A heady second helping of funky grooves from Poland – an unlikely source, to be sure, but one that's filled with a huge amount of great tracks just waiting to be discovered by a global audience! This volume may well be even better than the first – as it features a wealth of tunes that have a really unique approach – not just attempts to copy American styles of funk, but some really original ways of approaching a groove! All tracks are from the Polskie Nagrania catalog, but a good number of them are on un-reissued albums that are so rare we've never seen them in the original – including some great fusion, funky rock, and vocal titles alongside the more expected jazz. CD features 12 titles that include "Further I Go" by Halina Frackowiak, "Atma" by Niebiesko Czarni, "Live By Yourself" by Zdzislawa Sosnicka, "Something Familiar" by Kryszstof Sadowski, "Back To The Old Colorful Days" by Wojciech Skowronski, "Princess" by Andrzej Zaucha, "You Will Want Me" by Czeslaw Niemen I Enigmatic, "Apha Centauri" by Grupa Organowa Krzysztofa Sadowskiego, and "I Shall Cover Your Eyes" by Maciej Kossowski.  © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Tray card has some rippling from moisture, booklet is fine. Out of print.)

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